Core Faculty – Clinical Psychology – Director of Clinical Training

POSITION: Director of Clinical Training
DEPARTMENT: Clinicial Psychology (PsyD)
FLSA STATUS: Full Time Core Faculty Position


Located in the heart of San Francisco, the California Institute of Integral Studies was the first accredited university in North America to offer programs that connect the insights of Western psychology with Eastern spirituality. The PsyD Program, which currently enrolls over 150 full-time and part-time students, is carefully designed to prepare students for practice-focused careers in clinical psychology. A practitioner-scholar training model provides broad and general education in clinical psychology that, in addition, integrates depth-psychological, societal, ecological, and spiritual dimensions of human experience into the curriculum. Our distinctive approach to clinical psychology training is guided by a vision of clinical practice that emphasizes a holistic and relational approach to the human condition. We teach students the value of open inquiry into self and other. At the center of this inquiry is the whole person who exists in relationship with other persons, with communities, with cultural meaning systems, and with nature. Consistent with the visionary CIIS mission, we view the educational process itself as holistic and relational, and we aspire to "walk our talk" as a learning community - one that is creative and transformative on both personal and professional levels.


The Director of Clinical Training (DCT) is a core faculty position. This person in this position teaches courses in the clinical psychology curriculum, advises dissertation students, and engages in scholarly pursuits; in addition, the DCT has leadership and administrative responsibilities. S/he oversees all aspects of supervised professional training. Specific duties include placement advising, professional development workshops, networking in the professional community, and serving as a liaison to professional training organizations (e.g. BAPIC, CAPIC, NCSPP). In addition, the DCT will be expected to perform duties that support the APA accreditation process being undertaken by the Program.


PhD/PsyD, licensed or license-eligible in California. Connection with the CIIS institutional mission, and at least three years of experience with graduate clinical education and training are preferred. Active, ongoing involvement in clinical practice activities also preferred.


  • Commensurate with experience and qualifications
  • Sabbatical, employer-paid health plan


Please send letter of intent (with a statement of professional and scholarly interests), Curriculum Vitae, 3 recent professional letters of recommendation, and relevant scholarly/professional work samples attention Trevor Evans-Young, at (mailing address: Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program, California Institute of Integral Studies, 1453 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94103).


February 2nd, 2015 (we will continue to accept applications after this date)


August 15th, 2015

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